Dr. Emma Morton-Bours is board certified in Internal Medicine and has been practicing medicine in the Bay Area since 2003. She is on the clinical faculty at Stanford Hospital. Emma grew up in Portola Valley. She received her B.A. in molecular biology from Princeton, where she graduated summa cum laude and was a Merck Scholar. She received her M.D. from Stanford, where she received the Allen B. Barbour award for excellence in clinical medicine. Emma has published medical research studies in the areas of infertility, infectious disease, and physician training, including in The New England Journal of Medicine.
Emma completed her internal medicine residency, and was chief resident, at Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital. While at the Brigham, she received the Harvard Medical School Teaching Award, the Resident Mentor Award, and the Golden Stethoscope Award. Thanks to her intensive training in internal medicine, Emma is well equipped to manage a wide range of adult and adolescent medical concerns.
Emma was inspired by personalized internal medicine because it allows her to spend time with her patients and be accessible. This way, she feels she truly knows her patients and can provide the highest quality, comprehensive care.
Emma lives in Portola Valley with her husband and her three sons.
Contact: (650) 851-6000